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Minneapolis Fire Department

Mission Statement 

The Minneapolis Fire Department is a customer service organization committed to providing professional emergency and non-emergency services to protect lives, property and the environment of our community and the region we serve.


Fire Department Leadership

Community Risk Reduction

Minneapolis CERT Program 

Community Outreach Programs 

Emergency Medical Service

Every year we respond to thousands of medical calls. Our firefighters and emergency medical response technicians carry life-saving equipment to we can perform many procedures such as providing an airway, starting an IV, control bleeding, deliver a baby or simply provide comfort to someone in need. We aid in getting the sick and injured to an appropriate medical facility.

Vulnerable Adult Reporting

Serving The Community - Enriching The City


April 2019

City starting reconstruction of Eighth Street in downtown Minneapolis (4/19)

City Council reaffirms commitment to fighting all forms of human trafficking (4/19)

Having a backyard recreational fire this spring? Follow the law and be a good neighbor (4/19)

City forming 911 services workgroup (4/19)

Get litter cleanup supplies (4/19)

Report graffiti (4/19)

Zoning Board of Adjustment Agenda 04.23.19 (4/18)

Heritage Preservation Commission Agenda 04.16.19 (4/16)

Attend a meeting to prepare for retirement (4/16)

Food businesses will no longer be allowed to serve food in polyethylene-lined paper cups or use No. 6 plastic lids April 22 (4/16)

Volunteer to mentor an Urban Scholar this summer as a network advisor (4/16)

Public Health Heroes honored at award ceremony April 17 (4/16)

City computers will be upgraded to Windows 10 starting in May (4/16)

CPC actions 04-15-2019 (4/15)

Commission on Civil Rights Agenda (4/15)

MCCR Minutes March 2019 (4/15)

City making updates to downtown parking meter system (4/15)

Get ready for street sweeping (4/15)

Workplace Advisory Committee Agenda (4/15)

Help improve the workplace by taking the employee engagement survey April 17-30 (4/15)

Last updated Apr 5, 2019



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People who are deaf or hard of hearing can use a relay service to call 311 at 612-673-3000.
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Salary Compliance Notice:
State statute 471.701; Notice of Salary Compliance, requires that the City post for not less than 90 days
the job title of the three highest paid employees along with their base salary. For 2018 these were:
1. City Attorney, $186,490
2. Assistant City Coordinator Convention Center, $183,600
3. Director Public Works, $181,191


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